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#1 2020-09-06 13:55:25

BlackhamScot
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From: Austria, Nottendorf
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Apogee was honored to be named one of Arlington’s

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Apogee Research, LLC.

Has been Awarded a $48M  to Transition the STITCHES Capability to the Air Force

Apogee Research, LLC has been awarded a $48M (base plus option)  by the Air Force Research Laboratory to transition the STITCHES capability to the Air Force.  STITCHES (System of systems Technology Integration Tool Chain for Heterogeneous Electronic Systems) provides scalable interoperability between capabilities even if they were not designed to work together.
“We are pleased to partner with Apogee Research and the entire STITCHES team to advance integration technologies that enable our military forces to rapidly reconfigure and prevail over any threat,” said Justin Taylor, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works® Mission Systems Roadmaps director.“Seamless all-domain integration requires the ability for warfighters to bridge a data exchange gap across DoD and commercial standards.  STITCHES plays an important role in ensuring our warfighters have the right data when they need it to successfully perform their mission.”                             Apogee Wins New  to Develop SymLang.
Apogee Research LLC, has been awarded a $13,398,315 cost-plus-fixed-fee completion type  for SymLang, an invariant driven approach to software via symmetries in software.
The objective of this effort includes developing novel software systems that enable automated adaptation of the resulting software system to radical changes in requirements and computational environments.
SymLang, a new programming language and its associated toolchain will allow for the rapid development and adaptation of code that is efficient at run-time over a wide range of operating conditions.
Apogee Wins Large  for JADC2.
Apogee Research has been awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity  for the maturation, demonstration and proliferation of capability across platforms and domains, leveraging open systems design, modern software and algorithm development in order to enable Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2).
This contract is part of a multiple award multi-level security effort to provide development and operation of systems as a unified force across all domains (air, land, sea, space, cyber, and electromagnetic spectrum) in an open architecture family of systems that enables capabilities via multiple integrated platforms.
In October we had the pleasure to attend the  where Apogee was honored as one of the innovative companies in our market.
We also got to hear two interesting panels on creating value and trends in the Government contracting space.
At the  in Tampa, Evan Fortunato participated in a panel discussion on System of Systems.  This panel was run by Judith Dahmann (MITRE) and also included Chris Kibble (DARPA) and Michael Solari (Lockheed Martin).  A key focus was not just the but also the real-world demonstrations that have occurred.
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Greg Frazier  on a new anti-DDoS Firewall  that we have developed

It detects the onset of a DDoS attack and uses a non-Bayesian classifier to identify and block the attacking clients.
A key feature is that it can protect against “zero-day” attacks (i.e., it can defend against attacks that it doesn’t know about).

The paper was nominated for Best-in-Conference

DARPA’s SoSITE Program held a set of real-world demonstrations leveraging Apogee’s STITCHES technology.
Here are just a few of the press articles about what is going on:.
After a long construction process, we are now in our new office space and loving it!Lots more room for offices, labs and fun.

Apogee was honored to be named one of Virginia’s companies for 2018 (11th on the list)

We want to thank the Virginia Chamber of Commerce for everything that they do to promote businesses in Virginia.

Evan Fortunato was invited to give a keynote presentation at the

His  introduced a new way to think about software abstractions using the concepts of symmetries from the physics community.
Apogee was honored to be named one of Arlington’s , winning the $5-$50M category.
Too often, .

The DoD thinks that the way to solve interoperability problems is to create more

We developed a different solution, , which lets systems interoperate together without needing them to share a common global standard.

We were invited to present this new technology at NDIA

Moving up from the under $6M in revenue category, .

Apogee won the r for the $6-$12M revenue category in 2016

Apogee won the  (Small and Emerging Contractor Advisory Forum) 2015 Government Contractor of the year (under $6M in revenue) award!.
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